Brenda Mitchell—Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
Prince George’s Community College—Largo, Md.
United States
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Anniversary Celebrations

The CASE InfoCenter compiled this collection of anniversary websites and related sample materials to assist members who are planning an anniversary celebration. Staff identified highlights from each website and linked to useful reports, programs, brochures and other samples. Anniversary celebrations that won a CASE Circle of Excellence Award are noted; program abstracts and judges' reports are linked when available.

Anniversaries on this page
Other anniversaries
300+ Years
250 Years
200 Years
125, 150, 175 Years
100 Years
25, 50, 70, 75 Years

300+ Years

800th Anniversary (2009)
University of Cambridge

Harvard 375 (2011)
Harvard University

  • Highlights: Calendar of events and exhibits, event photos, memory collection, timeline, Harvard Yard mobile tour, photo book, Harvard Voices with selected transcripts

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250 Years

Imagine Brown 250+ (2014)
Brown University

Columbia 250 (2004)
Columbia University

  • Highlights: e-seminars, wallpaper/screensaver downloads, calendar of events with photos, timeline, history book, documentary, perspectives and video viewpoints

Rutgers: Planning the 250th Anniversary (2015)
Rutgers University

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200 Years

Allegheny College Bicentennial (2015)
Allegheny College

  • Highlights: Calendar of events, academic themes, legacy projects, merchandise

Celebrating Her Vision: Girls Transforming the World (2014)
Emma Willard School

Bicentennial 1812–2012 (2012)
Hamilton College

Celebrating 200 Years of Making History (2009)
Miami University (OH)

Bicentennial (2004)
Ohio University

UC Bicentennial (2019)
University of Cincinnati

University of South Carolina Bicentennial (2001)
University of South Carolina

  • Highlights: Calendar of events, event highlights with photos, projects and exhibits, bicentennial publications, timeline, ways to get involved

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